News Releases

Veterans celebrate Colossus at 70

Colossus veterans and their families gather today at The National Museum of Computing located on Bletchley Park to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Colossus, the world's first electronic computer.

TNMOC wins BETT education award

An online video resource for schools about the history of computing has won a prestigious BETT award. The unprecedented resource created with LGfL is now available online to approximately 25,000 UK schools.

The bigger picture: fragmenting a heritage site

A response by TNMOC Trustees to the Bletchley Park Trust statement dated 29 January 2014.
It is a follow-up to the TNMOC statement of 27 January 2014.

"Deciphering dissent" at Bletchley Park. TNMOC trustees' statement.

Following the BBC TV and radio reports on 24 January 2014 on "deciphering dissent" at Bletchley Park, the trustees of The National Museum of Computing make the following statement:

Entries invited for the 2014 Tony Sale Award

The Computer Conservation Society invites applications for the second Tony Sale Award. The award is to recognise achievements in computer conservation or restoration, and is open to any individual or group anywhere in the world.

Peter is ready for Christmas Bytes

Peter Boyd can hardly wait until Christmas is over -- then he can go to Christmas Bytes at TNMOC where he had such a great time at Summer Bytes in August.

Relatives of unsung wartime heroes meet

Relatives of two war heroes whose ingenious code-breaking work was kept secret for decades met for the first time during a private visit to TNMOC.

Flossie ICT 1301 is rescued

One of the first mass-produced business computers has been rescued from the scrapheap for the third time in its 50-year history. The ICT 1301, also known as Flossie, has just arrived in storage at TNMOC.

Space age donor glimpses its own history

4Links, SpaceWire technology supplier, has become the first corporate donor to enable TNMOC to leverage part of the matching funds from the £1 million pledge recently made by a technology entrepreneur.

Women in Computing Gallery opens

A new Women in Computing Gallery, sponsored by Google UK, has been opened at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park by technology entrepreneur Dame Stephanie Shirley.


Support us

The Museum has not received government or Lottery funding, so your help is needed.

Become a member »
Make a donation »
Become a volunteer »
Sponsor us »

Latest Tweets